Wingate Women Top Gardner-Webb 169-86

by SwimSwam 1

January 13th, 2020 College

Wingate vs Gardner-Webb (W)

  • January 10, 2020
  • Wingate, North Carolina
  • Results

Courtesy: Wingate Athletics

Wingate, N.C.—-The Wingate University women’s swimming team won 10 of the first 11 events on the way to a 169-86 victory over Gardner-Webb University Friday evening at the WU Natatorium. Bulldog junior Maddie Carson (Pineville, La.) won both backstroke events to lead the victorious hosts (complete results).

THOUGHTS FROM HEAD COACH KIRK SANOCKI

“I am very pleased with our competitive attitude and effort against a great team to start the spring semester. Our December preparation featured major changes from anything we’ve done in the last five years, so it was interesting to see how the ladies would respond. They responded in a big way, demonstrating to us that they’re up for the challenge to have a great second half of the season.”

Event-by-Event #WUSWIM highlights

200 Medley Relay
First-Wingate A (1:47.75)
Second-Wingate B (1:48.51)

1000 Freestyle
First-Kate Agger (10:50.26)
Second-Louise Hallden (10:53.15)
Third-Madison Mataxas (11:11.94)

200 Freestyle
First-Mathilde Cros (1:56.69)
Third-Anna Miram (1:57.65)

100 Backstroke
First-Maddie Carson (59.65)
Second-Caroline Howard (59.78)
Third-Ashley Rabinovich (1:00.34)

100 Breaststroke
First-Maike Hoener (1:06.72)
Second-Anne-Sofie Nissen (1:06.73)
Third-Lily Sanocki (1:07.36)

200 Butterfly
Second-Charlotte Knippenberg (2:10.91)
Third-Madison Moffitt (2:11.16)

50 Freestyle
First-Rachel Kriger (24.73)
Third-Grace Williams (25.14)

200 Backstroke
First-Maddie Carson (2:07.55)
Second-Caroline Howard (2:08.99)

200 Breaststroke
First-Lily Sanocki (2:22.84)
Second-Anne-Sofie Nissen (2:26.06)
Third-Jayci Scheff (2:28.85)

500 Freestyle
First-Madison Mataxas (5:23.74)

200 Individual Medley
First-Jaimy Wenhold (2:11.30)

UPCOMING JANUARY #WUSWIM EVENTS

>The number eight Wingate men visit Gardner-Webb Saturday for an 11 a.m. meet
>The Bulldog men travel to Catawba Friday, Jan. 17 for a double-dual with the host Catawba Indians and Lenoir-Rhyne
>The next action for the Wingate women is Saturday, Jan. 18, when they venture to Lenoir-Rhyne (with Catawba) for a 1 p.m. double-dual meet
>The next home meet for either Bulldog team is Friday, Jan. 24, when the WU women host Barton at 5 p.m.
>The Wingate family will honor 13 #WUSWIM seniors on Friday, Jan. 24 in a pre-meet ceremony
>The Bulldog men visit Barton Saturday, Jan. 25

BLUEGRASS MOUNTAIN CONFERENCE MEET

The nationally-ranked Wingate University men’s and women’s swimming teams will compete in the 22nd annual Bluegrass Mountain Conference championship meet at the Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center (MCAC) February 13-16. Preliminaries begin Thursday through Sunday at 10 a.m. Finals on Thursday, Friday and Saturday will start at 6 p.m. Sunday’s finals will commence at 5 p.m.

Courtesy: Gardner-Webb Athletics

WINGATE, N.C. – The Gardner-Webb women’s swimming team combined for 23 top-five finishes, yet the Runnin’ Bulldogs would fall to nationally ranked Wingate, 169-86, Friday evening.

Action began with the 200-yard medley relay, in which the team of Kayla SmithJennifer JacksonJessi Snover, and Audrey Robinson timed in at 1:49.79 to finish in third.

In the 1,000-yard freestyle, Hannah Carter placed fourth overall with a time of 11:21.37

Alyssa Church led the ‘Dogs in the 200-yard freestyle, placing second at 1:57.37.  Blake Broullire finished fifth with a time of 1:58.87.

In the 100-yard backstroke, Kayla Smith earned a fourth-place result, touching the wall at 1:00.46.

Jessi Snover finished fourth in the 100-yard breaststroke, clocking in at 1:07.85.

Mary Traylor took home a first-place finish in the 200-yard butterfly, timing in at 2:07.79.

In the 50-yard freestyle, Audrey Robinson finished second overall with a time of 25.04

Alyssa Church paced GWU in the 100-yard freestyle, timing in at 54.33 seconds to finish second overall.  Blake Broullire followed in third place with a time of 54.35 seconds.

Spencer Lucas earned a third-place result in the 200-yard backstroke, clocking in at 2:09.52.  Delaney Willette placed fifth, touching the wall at 2:10.76.

Hannah Carter finished second overall in the 500-yard freestyle, timing in at 5:30.92.  Laura Wakeley followed in third with a time of 5:35.48 and Ashley Cesario finished fourth with a time of 5:50.34

Jessi Snover placed first in the 100-yard butterfly with a time of 56.99 seconds.  Audrey Robinson followed at 59.40 seconds to finish second and Delaney Willette placed third with a time of 1:01.85.

Mary Traylor finished second in the 200-yard IM, clocking in at 2:11.66.  Spencer Lucas finished in third with a time of 2:11.66, and Laura Wakeley finished fourth with a time of 2:18.61.

The evening wrapped up with the 400-yard freestyle relay in which the grouping of Alyssa ChurchAudrey RobinsonBlake Broullire, and Jessi Snover finished first with a time of 3:35.29.  The quartet of Laura WakeleyJennifer JacksonCharity Bennett, and Hannah Carter finished second with a time of 3:46.20

Tomorrow at 11:00 am, the Gardner-Webb men’s swimming team hosts Wingate, in what will be Senior Day for the men.  Both the men’s and women’s teams will be in action on Friday, January 17 at Auburn.

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Congrats to both women’s teams. The Wingate mens team was 100% disrespectful and distugusting to the Gardner Webb girls. As the men timed they called the female swimmers fat, slow, and ugly. One swimmer that was timing in the middle lanes went on to say that he was timing in the “sh!t teams lane”. This is disgusting that a so called mens college team would carry themselves like this. Wingate should be super disappointed in the boys.